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Supplementary material: The efficacy of a virtual fencing technology to allocate pasture and herd cows to the dairy in a pastoral dairy system.

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posted on 2024-04-24, 06:25 authored by Megan VerdonMegan Verdon, Ian HuntIan Hunt, Richard Rawnsley

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Supplementary figure 1. QQPlot for residuals from the linear mixed models (see Table 1 and Table 2).  Residuals are for predicted number of pulses (average per day, to the power of ¼).

 

Supplementary table 1. Transitioning cows to the dairy – human error events causing raceway obstructions removed. Median values (and range) showing the distribution of the response of dairy cows housed in two different groups to the Halter virtual fencing system (per cow.day).

 

Supplementary table 2. Estimates of main and interactive fixed effects in a linear mixed regression model for the number of pulses received by cows while transitioning to the dairy using the dataset which excludes days on which the raceway was temporarily obstructed.

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Welfare and productivity of dairy cows when managed with Halter technology : Halter New Zealand

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  • Addendum

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Journal of Dairy Science (JDS)

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1525-3198

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0022-0302

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Research Integrity & Ethics, TIA - Research Institute, Agriculture and Food Systems

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Elsevier

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